In this episode I talk about Staphylococcus aureus. This is one of the most common organisms seen in Clinical Microbiology and a very serious one. Tune in to find about more about this organism, including its pathogenicity and significance in health care settings.
Clinical Microbiology explained in simple terms, suitable for microbiologists and students alike.
Hosted by Medical Laboratory Scientist, Luis Plaza, who also talks about his experience as a clinical microbiologist.
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